Belicheat Finds A New Friend

September 19th, 2012

The man who despises “toes on the line,” Kellen Winslow, has now joined hands with Greg Schiano’s good friend Bill Belicheat.

Numerous reports out of Boston say the Patriots have signed Winslow, on the heels of Aaron Hernandez’s serious ankle injury Sunday.

As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

12 Responses to “Belicheat Finds A New Friend”

  1. knucknbuc Says:

    I heard before we released kellen winslow, bellicheat wanted him and was willing to offer us a higher pick then seattle did. But with schiano and bellicheat being close rutgers didn’t take it because he thought bellicheat and winslow wouldn’t get along. Dumb move because now he’s on the pats anyway and we didn’t get anything for him.

  2. MTM Says:

    Good luck with that project Pats fans !

  3. ClayBURN94 Says:

    It would be HILARIOUS to see if he screams at Tom Brady for not throwing him the ball.

  4. OAR Says:

    We did get something for him…..we got better!

  5. Tom Says:

    Im glad his ego is with the Pats!! K.W. isn’t as good as he thinks he is!!

  6. sandbagrudy Says:

    you picked this one up late this is yesterdays news heres some better material Brian Arakpo and Adam Karriker done for the year Freeman should have a field day next week against the skins

  7. sandbagrudy Says:

    do I hear the conductor of the next train telling frank okham and a collection of other practice squad misfits last stop washington pick up your league minimum paycheck from raheem at the stadium

  8. sandbagrudy Says:

    knuck n buc where you getting your material from tmz stick to the facts speculation leads to constipation start eating the raw truth not clippings from some misinformed psycho outlets

  9. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    Say what you will, but Winslow is still an awesome talent.
    On the right team, he could be an asset.
    The man never missed a game for us, and Tampa knew about his knees.
    I understand us getting rid of him, but I still think he can help the Patriots.

  10. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    I liked Winslow personally. But I don’t think he’ll do well in Patriot land. First, he’d have to pick up the offense. Then he would actually have to practice and run the right routes.

    I don’t see that happening. By the time he comes close, the guy he replaced will be back.

  11. SilenceTheCritics Says:

    2 weeks ago it was reported that Winslow failed the physical so the Pats signed someone else… now all the sudden he is healthy? I’m not buying it. I’m thinking this is a desperate grasp at straws. I doubt he will even line up and play a snap before being cut.

  12. sandbagrudy Says:

    Winslow drops a gang of passes and doesn’t practice I’m sure Brady has his rifle loaded in other directions speaking of which a trip to brazil shut down the porn industry fo four months wear protection or expect an infection